FILE - In this Jan. 10, 2016 file photo, a protester wearing a mask of missing bookseller Lee Bo sits in a cage during a protest against the disappearances of booksellers in Hong Kong. (AP Photo/Vincent Yu, File)
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A Hong Kong publisher whose disappearance from the city raised fears he was abducted by Chinese officials has met his wife on the mainland and is reportedly "in good spirits", Hong Kong police said Sunday.Lee Bo was the fifth employee of a Hong Kong publishing house known for producing salacious titles critical of Chinese leaders to have gone missing in recent months.Lee, a British citizen, disappeared on December 30 in semi-autonomous Hong Kong, where mainland Chinese law enforcers are officially barred from operating.Hong Kong police said early Sunday that Lee, 65, had met his wife Sophie Choi at an unspecified location in China the previous day.There was no immigration record of Lee having left Hong Kong last month.
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